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Unlocking Pian Upe wildlife reserve

UWA and Space for Giants give hope to Uganda’s most picturesque tourist spot Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | The Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) and conservation non-profit, Space for Giants, have entered into a co-management partnership agreement to revive and promote Pian Upe Wildlife Reserve as one of East Africa’s …

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Kenya’s 2022 election

High stakes of August 09 presidential vote NEWS ANALYSIS | THE INDEPENDENT | The 9 August presidential vote in Kenya pits the incumbent’s favourite against a populist challenger. It will be hard-fought. To avert the violence that has marred past contests, the two candidates should pledge to resolve any dispute …

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Besigye, Bobi Wine unite after losing by-elections

What is different this time? NEWS ANALYSIS | MUBATSI ASINJA HABATI | Following a string of losses in recent parliamentary by-elections, the political opposition leaders Kizza Besigye and Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine have seen it fit for all change seeking Ugandans to unite. The recent opposition loss in a …

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KENYA: Raila vs Ruto

  What Kenya’s fifth president means for Uganda ANALYSIS | IAN KATUSIIME | The August 9 election in Kenya could have pretty defining moments for the country as it elects a fifth president. Two opinion polls released one week to the election put former Prime Minister Raila Odinga in pole …

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THE INDEPENDENT: Ugandans’ fear over Kenya elections

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | These are the top stories in this week’s THE INDEPENDENT. COVER STORY What Ugandans fear over Kenya elections: And why neighbours are watching every step THE LAST WORD Daily Monitor 30th birthday: The factors and combinations that make that newspaper survive, flourish and promote democratic …

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True meaning of cybersecurity

  We must recognise that cybersecurity is about more than preventing hacks and about improving well-being COMMENT | MARTIN IGNACIO DÍAZ VELÁSQUEZ | When we talk about cybersecurity, we usually think of commercial antivirus software, ransomware attacks on large corporations, or leaks of politically scandalous emails. But little is said …

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